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Nikita Boriso-Glebsky
Native name Никита Борисоглебский
Born (1985-08-30) 30 August 1985 (age 32)
Volgodonsk, Russia
Genres Classical
Occupation(s) Violinist
Instruments Violin
Years active 2006–present
Website nikitaborisoglebsky.com

Nikita Boriso-Glebsky (Russian: Никита Аркадьевич Борисоглебский; born 30 August 1985) is a Russian violinist, soloist of the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, and winner of international music contests. He represented Russia at the Eurovision Young Musicians 2002, failing to qualify for the final which took place on 19 June 2002, in Berlin, Germany.

Early life[edit]

Nikita Boriso-Glebsky was born in Volgodonsk, Southern Russia, in 1985. His parents work as chemists. Boriso-Glebsky started his musical instruments training at the age of six. He took up piano lessons first but then decided to play violin after starting school.[1] At the age of ten, he performed with the Rostov Philharmonic Orchestra the Violin Concert No. 22 by Gioivanni Viotti.[2]

At the age of fourteen Boriso-Glebsky graduated to the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory to the violin division by Professor Eduard Grach and Associate Professor Tatiana Berkul. When he was studying at the conservatory, he took part in the Keshet Eilon Summer Mastercourses in Israel, under the guidance of Ida Haendel and Shlomo Mintz. Furthermore, the young violinist had started playing in the Moscovia Chamber Orchestra and consequently passed all stages up to the concertmaster position.[3]

In 2001 Boriso-Glebsky became an artist of the Moscow Philharmonic Society. Two years later, aged eighteen, he turned to perform as a soloist. In 2005 he started on postgraduate studies and research on the English violin music from the nineteen and twentieth centuries. He also took courses outside Russia, particularly by Augustin Dumay in the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, and by Ana Chumachenco in the Kronberg Academy. In Belgium Boriso-Glebsky was given for performing the violin II Patti by Antonio Stradivari that let him take part in prestigious contests further.[4]

Career[edit]

Music profession[edit]

Boriso-Glebsky has a varied musical repertoire and has performed several compositions of classical music, including works from: Johann Sebastian Bach, Antonio Vivaldi, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, and many more. Boriso-Glebsky has also performed works from manhy musicians of the twentieth century, including Benjamin Britten, Sergei Prokofiev, and Béla Bartók.[5] Boriso-Glebsky has performed regularly in Russia and abroad. Some of the festivals that he has taken part in include Salzburg Festival, Rheingau Musik Festival, and Les Sons Intensifs (Lessines).[6]

On 19 June 2002, Nikita represented Russia at the Eurovision Young Musicians 2002, which was held in Berlin, Germany.[7] In 2014 Boriso-Glebsky, along with Solenne Païdassi, Dana Zemstov, David Cohen, Uxía Martínez Botana, and Andreas Hering, founded the Rubik Ensemble, based on the ideology of the six edges and colours of the Rubik's Cube.[8]

In 2010, Boriso-Glebsky presented two concert programmes called "Three Tchaikovskys" which broadcast concerts written by Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Boris Tchaikovsky and Alexander Tchaikovsky. These concerts took place in Moscow and St. Petersburg.[9]

Contest judging[edit]

Boriso-Glebsky has acted as a professional jury at several competition. In 2014 he was a jury member at the National Russian Music Competition, held in Moscow;[10] and at the International Vladimir Spivakov Violin Competition, held in the Bashkortostan capital, Ufa, in 2016.[11]

Discography[edit]

Year Title Label Format
2008 Kuzma Bodrov: Caprice for Violin and Orchestra[12] DW podcast Digital download
2011 Henri Vieuxtemps: Complete Violin Concertos[13] Fuga Libera CD
2013 Edouard Lalo: Symphonie espagnole, Sonate, Arlequin, Guitare[14]

Awards and achievements[edit]

Year Ceremony Location Result
2000 Laureate at the New Names Foundation[15] Moscow, Russia Won
2002 Yampolsky International Violin Competition[16] Penza, Russia 3rd
Eurovision Young Musicians 2002[7] Berlin, Germany Semi-finalist
2003 International Competition for Violin[17] Kloster Schöntal, Germany 1st
2006 Laureate at the Joseph Joachim International Violin Competition[18] Hannover, Germany Won
2007 Moscow International David Oistrakh Violin Competition[19] Moscow, Russia 1st
International Tchaikovsky Competition[20] 2nd
2009 Queen Elisabeth Music Competition[21] Brussels, Belgium 5th
International Maya Plisetskaya and Rodion Shchedrin Foundation[22] Mainz, Germany Violinist of the year
2010 Montreal International Music Competition[23] Montréal, Canada 3rd
International Fritz Kreisler Competition[24] Vienna, Austria 1st
Laureate at the International Jean Sibelius Violin Competition[25] Helsinki, Finland 1st
2011 Italian Strings Academy and Antonio Vivaldi Society[26] Cremona, Italy Virtuoso
Wihuri Sibelius Prize[27] Helsinki, Finland Jean Sibelius Medal
2013 Monte Carlo Violin Masters[28] Monte Carlo, Monaco 1st

References[edit]

  1. ^ "К юбилею детской музыкальной школы им. Д.Д. Шостаковича" [To the anniversary of children's musical school named after DD Shostakovich] (in Russian). На главную - muzkult.ru. 5 October 2013. Retrieved 20 March 2017. 
  2. ^ "Никита Борисоглебский, Злата Чочиева". Московская филармония. Retrieved 21 March 2017. 
  3. ^ "Эдуард Грач: «Музыка для меня - вся жизнь...»" [Eduard Grach: "Music for me – all life..."]. www.moscovia.biz (in Russian). 8 November 2015. Retrieved 20 March 2017. 
  4. ^ "Nikita Borisoglebsky". Queen Elisabeth Competition. Retrieved 13 January 2013. 
  5. ^ "Nikita Boriso-Glebsky". www.facebook.com. Retrieved 20 March 2017. 
  6. ^ "Nikita Boriso-Glebsky". Les Sons Intensifs. Retrieved 20 March 2017. 
  7. ^ a b "Eurovision Young Musicians 2002: About the show". European Broadcasting Union. Retrieved 21 March 2017. 
  8. ^ "About Rubik Ensemble". Rubik Ensemble. 
  9. ^ "Nikita Borisoglebsky". Belcanto.ru. Retrieved 21 March 2017. 
  10. ^ Эсаулова, Татьяна (17 November 2014). "ClassicalMusicNews.ru". II Всероссийский музыкальный конкурс объявил победителей. Retrieved 21 March 2017. 
  11. ^ "Россия. Культура". В Уфе завершается Международный конкурс скрипачей Владимира Спивакова. 14 May 2016. Retrieved 20 March 2017. 
  12. ^ "Kuzma Bodrov: Caprice for Violin and Orchestra (Premiere)". Deutsche Welle. 
  13. ^ "Henri Vieuxtemps: Complete Violin Concertos". Outhere Music. 
  14. ^ "Henri Vieuxtemps: Complete Violin Concertos". Outhere Music. 
  15. ^ "Борисоглебский Никита". Государственная академическая Капелла Санкт-Петербурга. 
  16. ^ "Борисоглебский Никита". Московская государственная консерватория им. П.И. Чайковского. 
  17. ^ "Prize-winners 1997". Kulturstiftung Hohenlohe: International Cometition for Violin. Kloster Schöntal. 
  18. ^ "Prize Winners". Joseph Joachim International Violin Competition Hannover. 
  19. ^ "Laureates 2007 year". Charity Foundation of David Oistrakh. 
  20. ^ "Nikita Borisoglebsky". Mariinsky Theatre. 
  21. ^ "Nikita Borisoglebsky". Queen Elisabeth Competition. 
  22. ^ "Nikita Borisoglebsky". Moscow Philharmonic Society. 
  23. ^ "Laureates. 2010 Violin". Concours musical international de Montréal. 
  24. ^ "Nikita Boriso-Glebsky. Violin". IMG Artists. 
  25. ^ "Laureates 1965–2010". International Jean Sibelius Violin Competition. 
  26. ^ "Nikita Borisoglebsky. Violin". Moscow Philharmonic Society. 
  27. ^ "Nikita Borisoglebsky, violin". Viva: Cello. 
  28. ^ "Violin Masters". Monte-Carlo Music Masters. Voice Violin Piano. 

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